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James W. Wade III

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Indians earn 9,000th win in club history by beating Royals/Kluber, Price to square off on Labor Day

Fans can own a piece of Progressive Field history, as a limited number of the ballpark’s turnstiles are available for purchase. The turnstiles have been used for 20 years, and are a must-have for any hardcore Indians fan – and would be a perfect addition to any Man Cave.

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THE WORD” Church Launches Its Newest Location WORD Downtown- In the Heart of the City

“THE WORD Church is a people-centered, relationship-driven ministry with a call to help those who are hurting, lost, and in poverty.

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Cleveland Browns first pre season victory

We’ll have discussions on how we want to game plan and how we want to use those guys. I think one of the reasons that Brian and the first team did look better tonight is because we didn’t mix the reps and he got all the reps with the No. 1’s.

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Cleveland welcome's Charles Steele Jr. and George Curry

George Curry and SCLC President Charles Steele are making their way around Cleveland, Ohio today.

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United Way of Greater Cleveland kicks off 2014 campaign at school

After 20 years of cooking and serving pancakes on Public Square, this morning they went into schools.

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Cleveland Browns tonight against the Chicago Bears

Browns head coach Mike Pettine hinted to reporters that the plan is to play both Grossman and Shaw in the second half against the Bears on Thursday.

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Josh Gordon out for the year

Browns star wide receiver Josh Gordon has been suspended by the NFL one year for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.

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Friday provides An Evening of Hope Benefit Concert

Coming this Friday, August 29, 2014 at Mt. Zion Oakwood church

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Brian Hoyer still starting quarterback

Cleveland Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer still number one

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The Real Black Friday was a hit

The weekend that included a walk and photo sessions gave everyone a chance to meet new Black business people in the community.



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